GPU-accelerated Data Warehouse SQream DB Boosts Query Performance by Up to 150%

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According to a new press release, “SQream, developer of SQream DB, the GPU-accelerated data warehouse for rapidly analyzing massive data stores at a fraction of the cost, announced today at the OpenPOWER Foundation Summit in Europe, that SQream DB now includes optimized support for the IBM POWER9 multi-core architecture. The powerful trinity of SQream DB, IBM POWER9 and NVIDIA GPUs results in advanced performance, with SQL query performance improvements of up to 150% versus GPU-equipped x86 servers, with reduced cost and systems complexity… ‘GPU-accelerated analytics are an increasingly important part of our industry,’ said Sumit Gupta, VP of HPC and AI for IBM Cognitive Systems. ‘The announcement of SQream on the IBM POWER9 platform takes this concept to another level of performance, as the POWER9 CPU with embedded NVIDIA NVLink interface to NVIDIA’s GPUs allows SQream to enable even faster processing of data on POWER9 servers’.”

The release goes on, “The integration of SQream DB with IBM Power Systems is the latest in a series of collaborations between SQream and IBM, which started with SQream DB on IBM’s Bluemix service. The latest offering on IBM POWER9 takes advantage of POWER9’s industry-exclusive CPU-to-GPU high speed NVIDIA NVLink interface to offer increased throughput performance both for data loading and SQL query execution. ‘Our customers are asking us for solutions that can handle massive data growth and real-time analytics to support data-driven decision making,’ said Charlie Cox, President of Datatrend, an IBM Platinum and Elite Power Partner. ‘GPU acceleration is quite possibly one of the most important advances in helping businesses make quicker and better decisions by analyzing more data faster. IBM’s POWER9 architecture combined with SQream’s solution yields price/performance at scales we have never seen before’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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